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EAT does not retain any personal information about you, except when you are requested to provide information, such as when you make contact with EAT through this website. Any such personal information will be used only to identify and the information will not be shared with any other individual or organisation unless with your express permission.
Each time we-are-eat.org is visited, some basic technical data is collected. This is used so that EAT can understand better where its visitors come from, how long they stay on the website and what aspects of the EAT website are viewed. However we do not know the identities of or any other personal detail related to these website visitors. We-are-eat.org does not make use of ‘cookies’.
Please note that EAT cannot be held responsible for the privacy policies of any links to websites external to the we-are-eat.org domain.
We-are-eat.org has security measures in place to protect the loss and misuse of the information contained within it. These measures are the responsibility of our hosting company.